Support Unimas’ final year students



SAMARAHAN: The Faculty of Applied and Creative Arts (Faca) from Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas) organised an exhibition called ‘Cetusan Inspirasi Pelajar Akhir Tahun (Cipta) 2021’.

The exhibition aims to showcase final year students’ works of art to the general public virtually.

According to a statement issued, the exhibition is themed ‘Beyond the Space’ with a variety of art-related activities.

“Among the projects highlighted a work of a fine art named ‘Malon’. It is a still moving video that carries elements of feminism and talks about the discrimination by men against women.

“A short film by cinematography students entitled ‘Munsop ra Katanaan’ will also be screened. It tells the folklore of the Murut community,” it said in the statement on Friday.

Visitors are also invited to take part in various other activities such as the opening of Cipta 2021, Malaysian film quiz competition, virtual mini concert and tutorials on video and photo editing.

This year’s Cipta will be held for a month from Sept 24 to Oct 24.

The organisers also invite activists, fans, observers and critics of art, creative industries as well as entrepreneurs of commercial art products to attend Cipta 2021

“This is an opportunity for employers to find highly skilled and potential employees,” it said.

Members of the public, including students of schools, colleges, institutions of higher learning, as well as relevant public and private agencies, are also invited.

More information can be obtained from the event’s official social media sites such as Facebook and Instagram (CIPTA 2021).

Alternatively, contact Mohd Affendi Azizan at 082-581386 or email

Among the artwork that will be on display at the exhibition.

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